A number of smartphones were announced this week and they’re really impressive. Among those that launched a new smartphone include Google, Samsung, and Razer. To summarize, these are the new phones that headlined on a number of news sources:
Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL
The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are among the most anticipated devices of the year. Coming from Google’s Pixel lineup, there’s a lot of good to expect from the new smartphones. When it comes to the design, the two look a lot like their predecessors. Looking deeper into the two smartphones, you’ll see that they are nothing alike the earlier Pixel models that came out.
LG’s latest smartphone is one behemoth of a device, and this doesn’t necessarily refer to its size. What makes the LG V40 ThinQ standout is the fact that it contains five cameras. And rightly so, since it’s the first of its kind.
Earlier today, LG unveiled the LG V40 ThinQ and gave the public a look at the specs and features included in the device. In addition to this, LG announced the price and release date of the LG V40 ThinQ across the different wireless carriers that will be carrying the device.
Quite likely. Or at least according to a report recently published by Tiger Mobiles. It recently featured several leaked images of a possible Nokia 5.1 Plus, and based on these pictures, it appears that HMD Global, the Finnish phone maker who now builds new generation Android powered Nokia smartphone devices, is doing away with the bezels (as found on the predecessor Nokia 5.1) and going instead for a front side notch design.
Back in January early this year, specifically during the 2018 edition of the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) tech show, Sony had taken the opportunity to unleash a trio of new Android powered mobile devices. Two of them -- the Xperia XA2 and the Xperia XA2 Ultra -- were additions to the Japanese tech giant’s growing family of Xperia XA models.
It was nearly a couple of months ago when HTC had first officially confirmed the existence of Exodus, which just might hold the distinction of being the first handset release from a major phone maker that is designed specifically with blockchain encryption. For those not in the know, blockchain is a form of technology that is utilized to ensure safety in various types of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.
Nearly five months after officially transforming its Android Pay brand into Google Pay (which has also merged with the Google Wallet service), Google has been busy introducing new upgrades to its contactless mode of payment. As a matter of fact, a couple of months ago the tech giant had taken the opportunity to reveal major upgrades for its mobile payment system during this year’s I/O developer conference.
It is quite possible that instead of using the name Gear S4, Samsung’s next generation smartwatch, which follows the Gear S3 (which made its debut back in August of 2016), will be called the Galaxy Watch.
For those looking to get their hands on Sony’s latest phablet offering, they might be delighted to know that the Xperia XZ2 Premium is now made available for preordering for a price of $999.99 (as promised last month).
Ever since Apple introduced its Face ID technology through last year’s iPhone X, every other phone maker basically has been trying to replicate the feature (largely to mixed results). It goes without saying that as Apple’s fiercest rival, Samsung would very well like to offer a similar tech that is as equally impressive (or better if it can help it).
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